Eugen Bleuler, A. A. Brill
Eugen Bleuler, A. A. Brill
Grundlagen der Geometrie
J. L. Walsh
Gordon H. Hardy, J. E. Littlewood
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Arthur H. Compton
Gilbert N. Lewis
Traite de philosophie en 3 parties : "Die Sprache" (1923), "Das mythische Denken" (1925) et "Phanomenologie der Erkenntnis" (1929)
Georges Valiron, E. F. Collingwood, W. H. (William Henry) Young
John Maurice Clark
Gilbert N. Lewis, Merle Randall
William F. Ogburn
Avery's research on the specific soluble substance, or SSS, was an attempt to identify the substance that was responsible for the specific immunological reactions produced in pneumonia patients. Here, Avery and Heidelberger detailed their efforts ...
The central position of the value problem in economic policy. — The necessity of formulating ideals, of an "absolute ethics," 583. — Outline of article, 584. — I. Contrast between theory and practice of laissez-faire individualism, (a) in its value...
J. F. Ritt
Habituation to Rotation
O. F. T. Roberts
James B. Murphy, Ernest Sturm
Persistence of protectionist sentiment and its causes. — The principle of comparative advantage not an infallible guide in the economics of commercial policy, 203. — Effect of increasing and decreasing unit costs, 205. — Mathematical demonstration,...
C. G. (Carl Gustav) Jung, H. G. Baynes
An Experimental Study of the Growth of Social Perception.
Thresholds of Rotation
Hunterian Lectures ON MAN'S POSTURE: ITS EVOLUTION AND DISORDERS: Given at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
The report gives, rather briefly, in part one an introduction to hydrodynamics which is designed to give those who have not yet been actively concerned with this science such a grasp of the theoretical underlying principles that they can follow the subsequent...
This report helps explain the phenomenon of flight. It contains some theorems concerning the arrangement of airplane wings which are of considerable practical interest. In particular, it shows the theoretical reasons for the decrease of drag which accompanies...
Joseph Barcroft, Carl A. L. Binger, Arlie V. Bock, J. H. Doggart, H. S. Forbes, George A. Harrop, Meakins Jc, Alfred C. Redfield, H. W. Davies, J. M. Duncan Scott, W. J. Fetter, Cecil D. Murray, Arthur Keith
G. Stanley Hall
W. I. Thomas, Ethel S. Dummer
H. A. (Hendrik Antoon) Lorentz, Albert Einstein
Seth E. Meek, Samuel F. Hildebrand, Wilfred Hudson Osgood
Henry Higgs, Hugh Dalton
J. Monroe Thorington, Carl F. Scimidt
Gilbert E. Haggart, Arthur M. Walker
Irving Langmuir, K. H. Kingdon
This study is based on the record of risks accepted at standard rates by the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York for the years 1907 to 1919, inclusive. More than 95 per cent, of the readings were taken by our New York City examiners and our medical...
Hubert Lyman Clark
Charles S. Tomes
D. R. Hoagland, A. R. Davis
Frank Barkley Copley
S. Brody, A. C. Ragsdale
J. Gresham (John Gresham) Machen
Ferdinand Canu, Ray S. Bassler
A B Walkom
L. N. Katz, Harold Feil
There is need of a simple and painless method of depicting the urinary tract, bladder, kidneys and ureters. By the use of catheters and various opaque mediums, success has been attained so far as the bladder, ureters and pelves of the kidney are concerned....
D. J. Saer
Elizabeth A. Greener, C.-E. A. Winslow
J. A. (John Atkinson) Hobson
The elevation in temperature of the windings of any electric machine due to the internal heat losses is usually the dominating factor in limiting the rating of the machine. This limitation found in the heating, is primarily due to the effects of high...
Frederick J. Taussig
Experimental Herpes Zoster.
A history of the Canadian Pacific railway
Two years ago at the meeting of this section, a preliminary report1 of lumbar puncture tests on 100 consecutive new-born babies within from twelve to twenty-four hours after birth was presented. It was so surprising to find bloody and blood-tinged cerebrospinal...
J. M. H. Campbell, G. H. Hunt, E. P. Poultion
Arthur Eli Monroe
Johan Herman Lie Vogt
E. L. Thorndike, Cobb, Margaret V. (Margaret Vara), b. 1884, P. M. Symonds, Elva Wald, Woodyard, Ella, b. 1878
Describes the characteristics of the boll weevil, the damage that it causes to crops, and methods for its control.
P. A. Maplestone
Animal Life In Deserts
James Melvin Lee
W. E. Gallie, A. B. LeMesurier
J. Y. T. Greig
Robert H. Thouless
The purpose of this brief report is to call attention to a chronic inflammatory disorder of the lip, due apparently to the actinic or chemically active rays of sunlight. In a review of available literature and of current textbooks on diseases of the skin,...
Quinin has been used in heart treatment for a long time, certainly for more than sixty years. I must confess that I have not had time in these last years to look up the history of quinin as a heart drug, but I have heard that Ludwig Traube, the most outstanding...
W.D. Lang, L. F. Spath, William Alfred Richardson
F. A. Lindemann, G. M. B. Dobson
Introduction In the Jurassic and Cretaceous of England, and France particularly, but also in several other countries, many skeletons, and principally fragments of such, have been found, only a few of which have hitherto been described and named. Many...
L. Emmett Holt
Luther Pfahler Eisenhart
Werner Wilhelm Jaeger
George Grant MacCurdy
Joyce Oramel Hertzler
J. F. Springer
Banting Fg, Walter R. Campbell, A. A. Fletcher
Redcliffe N. Salaman, J. W. Lesley
E. M. Burns, Henry Higgs